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. and here's what the sheriff had to say just a short time ago. i'm told we don't have that sound. but erin, i'm also told we do have now 911 tape recording of the call from george zimmerman girlfriend as she called in, in a very aggravated state at the time when she was describing to authorities that george zimmerman had pointed a shotgun at her, barricaded the door behind her. >> 911. >> i need police right now. >> okay. what's your address. >> you're the one breaking stuff in my house! >> ma'am? what's going on? >> he's in my house breaking all my [ bleep ] because i asked him to leave. he has a freaking gun breaking all my stuff right now. i'm doing this again. he just broke my glass table. you put your gun in my freaking face and told me to get the [ bleep ] out because this is not your house. now get out of here. >> reporter: and authorities say that was the voice of samantha, the girlfriend of george zimmerman. this was her house where this altercation took place. and the investigators are telling us that george zimmerman they believe had been living at this location since august. er
? >> it was good. >> i don't know why american canceled all those flights. they canceled at 9:00 in the morning. and there wasn't a flake of snow or anything to be seen. so we're pretty upset with american, that's to be sure. >> we have work to be at. and we're out $400 that we didn't expect. and american's not even helping. so it's very disappointing. >> reporter: right now the weather impacts are being felt in arizona new mexico and parts of the great plains, many people it coping with treacherous ice covered roads and bridges. now in the days ahead, more than 40 million americans are expected to hit the roads and millions of others to fly the skies. they can expect dangerous ice sleet snow and rain to be their travel companion. so far american has the most cancellations. expect delays. >> thanks very much to you. and that's going to affect people across the country. i want to bring in chad myers. you just heard nick say tomorrow may be okay for some. but then things could get worse again. where is the storm going? those images we just saw out of oklahoma, that suv spinning several times, whe
. >> if everybody's grossed out by washington, how can a senator run for president? >> well, i don't know of any senators that are running for president. >> you don't? >> i don't. those are decisions people make later. but i think you can work in washington without being of washington. luckily i think i haven't been here long enough to believe what goes on around here is normal. >> so there you see he said he doesn't think that he's been in washington that long. he understands that what goes on around here is not normal. i think that's probably the understatement of the day. >> certainly. dana, now today chris christie sounded almost like a democrat on a key issue. i have to play this for you. he was asked a response on same secretary of state couples who have gotten married in his state. something he ardently opposed and the republican base opposes. here's what he said today. >> i'm happy for them if they're happy. the same way i'm happy for any couple who gets married if they're happy. >> again i'm like whoa, whoa, whoa, warp time zone, all right? that is not what you expect from a base-orient
. and i don't think they will because their premiums are going to rise. the most important statistic is, 40 times more people are being canceled in kentucky than are actually signing up. >> those people though, right? over time will have some sort of health care. some of them can pay the penalty. you're totally right. >> maybe, maybe. the thing is they'll to have choose something. they're being canceled because they have something less expensive and president obama wants them to buy one of his four plans which are more expensive. >> but will have better care. >> maybe. i mean if you're a 24-year-old guy, you really don't care if you have dental care for your kids if you don't have any kids or pregnancy coverage for a wife if you're not married or infertility coverage if you're not married. so it gets better but it is more expensive and it may not be what you want. it doesn't apply to you. it applies to somebody else. >> as a doctor, are not you concerned about the fact that a lot of people say, i'm going on buy what i want. and i want to buy bare bones. but then something happens to the
,700 airplanes on this map. if you canceled 10%, all of a sudden you have 500 planes that don't go off tomorrow. you multiply that time 100 people, or 150 that should be on the plane. there is no capacity for to you get on the next plane. because that next plane is completely sold out. there is not a seat for you on it. and all of a sudden you have thousands of people sitting in airports waiting for the next available seat and it goes downhill from there. and people just don't get to grand ma's house. if you don't have to travel tomorrow, don't do it. the train is the best bet. absolutely should be on time tomorrow. if anything is on time, it will be the train. why these happen at the worst time, it just seems terrible. as chad sets the stage for how bad it will be in the airports and the cascade of delays, it will be a lot about that. airports sxum down the east coast bracing form storm. making plans for the cancellations and delays. tom, it is amazing. you hear chad talk about the cascading delays. it gets worse and worse. it is exponential, right? >> you hit it right on the head. while tens
plane that is don't go off tomorrow. you multiply that times 100 people or 150 that should be on the plane, there's no capacity for you to get on the next plane. because that next plane is completely sold out. there's not a seat for you on it. and all of a sudden you have these thousands of people sitting in airports waiting for the next available seat. and it goes downhill from there. a lot of people just don't get to grandma's house. so if you don't have to travel tomorrow i'd say don't do it. the train is the best bet. absolutely should be on time tomorrow. if anything's on time it probably will be the train. >> wow. it's unbelievable. of course why these things happen at the worst time, just seems terrible. all right, chad, thank you very much. >>> chad sort of sets the stage for how bad it will be on the airports and cascade of delays. it is going to be a lot about that. airports up and down the east coast bracing for the storm, making plans to handle delays and cancellations. tom foreman is outfront in washington, d.c. what amazes me you hear chad talking about cascad
there?" you should be a trainer. i said "i don't know how to train animals." i've never trained animals in my life. >> how do you prepare yourself for an encounter with an 8,000 pound orca? . >> i thought you needed a masters degree in marine biology to be a trainer. >> it takes years of study and experience to meet the strict requirements necessary in the water to interact with shamu. >> come to find out, it really is more about your personality and how good you can swim. >> i went and tried out and got the job right away. i was so, so excited. >> i really wanted to be there. i really wanted to do the job. i couldn't wait to get in the water with the animals. i really was proud of being a sea world trainer. i thought this was the most amazing job. >> i showed up there on my first day not really knowing what to expect. i was told to put on a wet suit and get in the water. >> hi, mom. >> i was scared out of my whits. >> first of all, i put my wet suit on backwards because i was raised on a farm in virginia. my first thought and memory of that time was that dolphins are a lot bigger than
pie. when you're eating humble buy, don't nibble. this is an attempt to try to own make it better. this was his chance to say i'm sorry, i was wrong. >> you hear that he just doesn't want to do that. even when he said he's sorry, it is within the context of, hold on, guys, your plan will still be better. he wants to keep making that point. ? was it ronald reagan who said facts are stubborn things. the time line is very important. the darrel of health and human services, his administration knew in the summer of 2010 that as many as two-thirds in that individual marketplace would be impacted. that their plans might change. as many as two-thirds of them in july of 2010. the president went through an entire reelection campaign two years later telling the american people. you won't have to change your plan if you like it. that is the ditch he is trying to dig out of. that might be a beginning but it is a very modest beginning. >> what was interesting to me, the way the president was policing himself. given the way he sold health care reform. they've always been the enemy. he cannot bla
people signed up in washington, d.c. in october. the d.c. officials said those numbers don't show the whole picture of enrollment and interest. >> we've had this problem with the website. >> reporter: the main problem, the website. traveling in new orleans, the president joked he wish he could take care of them himself. >> i wanted to go fix it myself but i don't write code. >> reporter: the man in charge of fixing the site told reporters, it is still in big trouble. >> it remains a long way from where it needs to be. as we put new fixes in, the volume is increasing, and posing new storage capacity and software application issues. >> reporter: the president did not address his now historic apology to americans who are losing their insurance after they were told if they like their plan they could keep it. >> i am sorry. we're going to do everything we can to deal with folks who find themselves in a tough position as a consequence of this. >> reporter: cnn has learned white house officials met with house democrats on potential administrative and legislative fixes. >> there isn't any
. >> we don't have homes, we lost our homes. and we have nothing to eat. we really need help now. >> the latest from the phillipines. let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. out front tonight, one president stands up to another. former president bill clinton taking on president obama's misleading promise about americans keeping their health care plans under obama care. here's what the president said. >> i personally believe even if it takes a change in the law the president should honor the commitment the federal government made to those people and let them keep what they've got. >> let them keep what they got. president obama has said i'm sorry for the promise, but is he going to do anything about it? anything rectify the problem? john king is in washington. we begin our coverage there. john last week the administration said they were working to help the people who lost their plans. jay carney said there are a range of options being looked at around washington. they no this matters. the president's poll numbers have dropped dramatically. 54% disapprove
think i disagree almost totally with mark lane on several counts. i don't know where to begin. >> let me show you something just in case we have a chance. that is a picture of jack ruby. this was taken five minutes after the assassination in front of the texas school book depository building. the commission said ruby was not there. this is a picture showing how commission published it. he wasn't there when they published the picture because they cropped him out. >> you're accusing chief justice warren and that group of notable americans -- >> tell me about the facts. >> you are accusing them of deliberate malfeasance. >> your part of the media which prevented the american people from finding out what happened. >> you are alarming the american people. >> i say the american people should be alarmed. >> the public had been kept in the dark for so long about this but had an undying thirst, which could only be quenched by getting facts. >> we have a right to know who killed our president and why he died. and we can't get that from reading the warren report. >> the critics of the warren commis
't seen any civilians or anyone else in the mall. just police officers and we're locked in. so i don't know. there is no one coming in our store as of right now. >> i just got some information. we are just hearing from police on the scene. they are saying that the shooter is still inside the mall. whether or not they -- an active shooter, whether they have an exact bead on his location we do not know but that is in to us from police on the scene. they say the shooter is still inside the mall. how are the people -- how are you doing and how are the people you're with doing? >> we're all okay. i mean, i feel kind of calm but my body is shaking. it was just very scary and happened so fast that no one really knew what was going on. and i think once it kind of set in and hit us it's very scary. i never expected something like that to happen here. >> i'm going to ask you basic questions. only say what you know for sure. you said you didn't get a look at the shooters face. is that because you didn't look quickly because you wanted to get to safety or because the face was covered in some way
these annual caps on care. some of them don't and clad for preexisting conditions or they do plan for it and they have other problems with them. the fact is, if you go to a restaurant and you like it but that restaurant is defective and has health code violations, maybe the city will say you cannot go there and shut it down. >> you're going a lot stronger than the president. i'm surprised. even he himself is saying he misled the public. you're saying he did not will. >> well, i interpreted the president as saying, for that 80% of americans who rely on employee based health care, that will essentially stay the same. only it will be better because there will be insurance reform. for the 15% of americans who have no health care at all, they'll get it for the first time in their lives and have another alternative than the e.r. for the 5% in the private insurance market, look, i interpreted the president's statement all along saying, not that anyone unany circumstance ever will lose a plan. the insurance company have the prerogative to cancel plans without regard to the affordable care
. they don't know rob ford. these people know me. they have known me for -- i was born and raised here. >> reporter: why did you decide to finally admit that you had smoked crack? >> i'm not going to run around and be phony and be blackmailed. say they have videos of this and over my head and -- you don't trust what the toronto star -- i was sick of all of the allegations and all the [ bleep ]. excuse my words. that's all it is. sorry, i shouldn't swear in front of the kids. i made mistakes. i drank too much. i smoke some crack sometimes. what can i say? i made a mistake. i'm human. >> reporter: can't you see why some would question your judgment? >> just lie about it? just hide? >> reporter: that would you do it in the first place. >> i didn't say that. i didn't say that. you're wrong. you're wrong what you said. they said, do you smoke crack? and are you are a crack addict? no, i'm not a crack addict. have i? yes, i have. i didn't lie. i don't smoke crack. i haven't smoked crack in over a year. >> reporter: that's semantics. >> to you it's semantics. typical media. you all are the sa
're going to give you the best numbers we can. >> but they don't add up to nearly enough for the white house. >> then families rimmed apart in the philippines. >> i love my daughter. i told her during the evacuation, go, go! but my daughter said no, mama, i can't leave you. >> the best defense is a good offense. >> have you ever smoked marijuana? it is a question that's simple. a yes or a no. have you smoked marijuana? >> let's go "outfront." >> good evening. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" the numbers for obama care are in and they're a bit scary. 106,185 people enrolled in obama care during its first month. only 25% of them through health care.gov. the overall number that is needed for obama care to work is 7 million by the edge of march. dana bash is in washington. i guess the facts are the facts. these numbers are pretty terrible. >> they are and there's no way to sugar coat it. not even the president's close et al.ize on capitol hill are trying to do that. it is not just a political blow. it can undermine the viability of this new law. as you mentioned, for obama care to work, they need ma
about it experimentally. it actually supported the warren commission. don't miss the assassination of jfk tonight on cnn. >>> still to come, the truth about obama care's quote/unquote subsidies. you've heard so much about them. kathleen sebelius made some really big promises wex breaking news to be. >>> plus, gruesome new details about the murder of a 24-year-old teacher. how police believe she was killed and. why. >> and new information about an alleged hate crime at san jose state university. a fourth white student today reportedly charged with harassing and assaulting a black roommate. plus a very special "outfront" voe investigation on a designer drug. [ male announcer ] at his current pace, bob will retire when he's 153, which would be fine if bob were a vampire. but he's not. ♪ he's an architect with two kids and a mortgage. luckily, he found someone who gave him a fresh perspective on his portfolio. and with some planning and effort, hopefully bob can retire at a more appropriate age. it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. it's just common sen
. you don't to have call it red or bla which you shouldn't but it will be one of those states. with the demographics, which match a lot of what's going on across the country. >> it is in play now in a way it wasn't before. >> a higher minority, higher hispanic population. >> our thanks to both of you. as gloria raises the issue about hispanics and minorities, that's the story for chris christie and that's a big part of the story for 2016. >>> outfront next, the president got more bad news. this could spell serious trouble for a promise made about america overseas. >>> and then new details about a man who opened fire in a new york area mall. what drove him to do it? his brother answers that. my customers can shop around-- see who does good work and compare costs. it doesn't usually work that way with health care. but with unitedhealthcare, i get information on quality rated doctors, treatment options and estimates for how much i'll pay. that helps me, and my guys, make better decisions. i don't like guesses with my business, and definitely not with our health. innovations that
,000 displaced after swaths of cities and towns were utterly destroyed. many still don't have any kind of communication or power making hunger grow. aid workers have been trying to get in emergency supplies including food and water and desperately needed fuel. the problem is transportation is almost impossible, and they haven't been able to get that to anybody. tacloban, a city of a quarter million people are is in utter disarray tonight. the airport is still closed. but it is one of the buildings still standing in that city. that's your our paula hancocks is out front tonight. i know it was difficult for you to get there, to get around. what's the latest? >> reporter: well, erin, it's been a fourth very miserable night since the storm for all the survivors. torrential rain is making a very bad situation even worse. many people don't have homes. they are sleeping out in the open in this torrential rain. a very difficult situation. we drove just down the road toward the city and were surprised by what we saw. now you may find some of these images quite disturbing, the pictures of this k
don't have any kind of communication or power making hunger grow. aid workers have been trying to get in emergency supplies including food and water and desperately needed fuel. the problem is transportation is almost impossible, and they haven't been able to get that to anybody. a city of a quarter of a million people. that's your our paula hancocks is out front tonight. i know it was difficult for you to get there, to get around. what's the latest? >> reporter: well, erin, it's been a very miserable night since the storm. torrential rain is making a very situation even worse. many people don't have homes. they are sleeping out in the open in this torrential rain. a very difficult situation. we drove just down the road toward the city and were surprised by what we saw. now you may find some of these images quite disturbing, the pictures of this kind of natural disaster are really quite shocking. this sign refers to a very different time. now all the that greets visitors is devastation. three days on since the storm itself, there are stilled abouties by the side of the road. now we ca
burnett "outfront" starts right now. >>> "outfront" next. no man is an island. but don't tell that to barack obama. >> the truth of the matter is i'm accountable to the people who single me here. >> democrats and even the new york times turn on the president. >>> plus, murder charges. >> this monster that killed my daughter -- >> the man who allegedly pull the trigger did not know the woman who appeared bloody and drunk at his door in the middle of the night. >> i can't imagine in my wildest dreams what that man feared from her. to shoot her in her face. >> and it's not who you are underneath but what do you that defines you. >> please, caped crusader, we need you. and bring the bat kid. >> the bat kid saves the day for all of us. let's go "outfront." good evening. i'm erin burnett "outfront." the president alone. democrats in congress putting there votes where their anger is. more than three dozen voting with republicans today on a measure to permanently reinstate health care plans, canceled from obama care. the president says doing that undermines the whole premise of the he
. as a society, i don't know what it's going to take for us to pay attention to this issue. >> could this tragedy have been avoided? >>> and george zimmerman facing new charges. what his girlfriend says about zimmerman and guns. >> the gun that he just smashed all my stuff with was a shotgun. >> let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett "outfront" tonight president obama is about to speak live. we are waiting for the president to deliver remarks momentarily. it's at the presidential medal of freedom dinner. we're going to bring that to you live as soon as it begins. it is a critical day and moment for this president. so far today, there's been plenty of pomp and circumstance for the white house. this morning, president obama awarded the presidential medal of freedom to 16 people. those included former president bill clinton and oprah winfrey. the obamas and the clip tons then together made their way to arlington national cemetery along with some of the members of the kennedy family. and there as you can see the laid the wreath at the grave of john f. kennedy. this of cours
: angry republicans don't necessarily dispute democrats' statistics about nominees they have blocked. inted they point to how many judges they have confirmed. 215, and rejected five. the president who opposed to their tag particular as a senator changed his tune. >> the vote today is an indication that a majority believe that enough is enough. >> reporter: when it comes to the fight that democrats call the last straw over vacancies in the d.c. circuit court of appeal, the republican leader argues, democrats are manufacturing a crisis to distract from the obama care debacle. >> a fake fight over judges that are not even needed. >> reporter: democrats say that they get that this landmark change that they pushed through in the rules of the senate benefits them now that they're in the majority but could really hurt them the day that they become the minority party in the senate them say it is a risk that they really have to take in order to change what they call continued obstructionism. >> thank you very much. and an important point there that she makes. "outfront," paul begala and talk
now. >>> "outfront" next obama care's numbers timely released. but they don't add up to nearly enough for the white house. >>> then families ripped apart in the philippines. >> i lost my daughter. i told her during the evacuation, go go. but my daughter said no, mama, i can't leave you. and the best defense is a good offense. >> hold it. have you ever smoked marijuana? it's a question. it's simple. a yes or a no? have you smoked marijuana? have you smoked marijuana? >> let's go "outfront." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight the numbers for obama care are in and they're a bit scary. 106, 185 people enrolled in obama care during its first month. only 25% of them through healthcare.gov. the overall number that is needed for obama care to work is 7 million by the end of march. dana bash is in washington for us tonight. dana, i guess the facts are the facts in this case. these numbers are pretty terrible. >> reporter: they are. there's no way to sugar coat it, erin. not even the president's closest allies in capitol hill a
and others? this is not a situation you would ever have anticipated happening. you don't know how you'll react until it happens to you. what was your reaction? >> we were freaked out. more like in shock and more in survival mode at that point in time. maybe when we had time to reflect we'll be a little more afraid. it was a pretty scary situation. kind of surreal. >> as you mentioned, you've been there forle hours. i know you were going away for the weekend. and we're looking now at a live picture -- i don't know. 50 people? you're looking at overpasses that would be full of cars with people walking. did you mention they're just now allowing you to leave the airport? >> caller: yeah. just now allowing us to leave. they're still interviewing people who were actual eyewitnesses to the incident. we're trying to get out of here and go home. >> i hope that you do and thank you for taking the time to be with us. appreciate your time. we're going to take a break. when we come back, more of our coverage of the deadly shooting at l.a.x. we are learning more about the suspect. wave special repo
, when i can respond quickly. and i don't know where i'm going to need to go. i may need to go back to md anderson cancer center in houston. i definitely will be at stanford cancer center because they have worked this wonderful miracle with my life. and or i may have to go someplace else. i need a policy that gives me what united health care gave me for the last seven years. >> thanks very much to eadie. now we tried to explore eadie's options ourselves which required knowing her income, she was uncomfortable providing us with that information. >>> still out front, wait till you hear what workers were doing on overtime. for the first time you're going to see one whistle-blower's face. >>> why is a mayor of a major city apologizing if he didn't do anything wrong? the video that could end his career. >>> and michelle knight was held captive for a decade. tonight s tonight. what's wrong with trying new things? look! mommy's new vacuum! (cat screech) you feel that in your muscles? i do... drink water. it's a long story. well, not having branches let's us give you great rates and service. i'd
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